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Celebrating African American Achievements

This year’s theme is African Americans and the Arts

$25K Endowment to Support New R.I. Portuguese American Archives at RIC

A powerful advocate of Portuguese American history and heritage, Marie Fraley is the benefactor of this new archive at RIC.

Historic Exhibit of Noted African American Sculptor Features Items from RIC’s Special Collections

A native of Rhode Island, Nancy Elizabeth Prophet was one of America’s most elite African American sculptors.

Passport, Please: Alum Goes to Grad School in Scotland

Some grads get their degree and go to work. Others, like Katarina, go to grad school overseas. This 24-year-old is fast becoming a citizen of the world.

Need Help Choosing a Science Major? Turn to the Experts

No, we don’t mean the science experts – let Hollywood help you find the right program.

News Brief: Alessandra Bazo Vienrich Awarded Racial Equity Research Grant

These grants support research that contributes to understanding and ameliorating racial inequality in education.

Nursing Across Borders: Prof. Kutenplon Founds AIDS Orphan Care

Nursing faculty are reaching outside the community to help global communities.

Nursing Across Borders: RIC Faculty Member Creates Clinic in Remote Haitian Village

Asst. Prof. Jocelyne de Gouvenain (pictured here) began with a dream for her village that became a global learning experience for nursing students.

Engaged Learning in the Classroom and Community

My students explored applications of ethnobotany through engaged and experiential learning.

Student Vets Find Community at Military Resource Center

“When you’re on campus, drop by,” says Sgt. Steven Pina, the center’s new interim assistant director.